Cincinnati In The News
Governing Magazine discusses how new ideas and players are coalescing to provide attractive options for the livability of cities, including Washington Park as a prime example of urban projects blurring the distinction between recreation and mobility.
The New York Times Magazine examines the Cincinnati Reds' long connection to Cuban baseball, including star Tony Perez, whose statue at Great American Ball Park will be unveiled this weekend.
FC Cincinnati was introduced this week as an expansion team in the United Soccer League and will play at UC's newly renovated Nippert Stadium starting next year.
A total of 47 Greater Cincinnati companies are ranked in this year's Inc. 5000 list of the nation's fastest growing privately held firms, with United Installs of Erlanger and ePremium Insurance of Mason making the Inc. 500 list.
Boston's public radio station discusses the recent spate of police shootings of unarmed African Americans by asking the question, "Could Cincinnati be a model for police reform nationwide?"
Forbes suggests how successful cities get their main marketing organizations to work together to increase investment, using Cincinnati as a "best practices" example based on last year's "Cincy in NYC" event.
Former Enquirer sportswriter Lonnie Wheeler has published another baseball book, Intangiball, and it was reviewed in The Washington Post last week.
American Sign Museum is featured in a new travel story in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the second time this year the funky Camp Washington museum has received national media coverage.
Forbes is out with its annual rankings of U.S. colleges and universities, focusing more than ever on the hot topic of a college degree's return on investment. Miami University was the top Cincinnati area school, ranking 167 overall.
Here's a roundup of local and national media coverage surrounding UC Office Ray Tensing's indictment on murder charges and police/community relationships in Cincinnati.
Business Insider magazine has collaborated with Foursquare to identify the top steakhouses in every state based on what Foursquare-savvy diners think, and Jeff Ruby's was named tops in Ohio.
Gizmodo offers a little insight into modern urban life by citing a recent study published in the journal Behavioral Ecology that basically confirms city birds are meaner than country birds.
Cincinnati native Keith Pandolfi makes a convincing argument in Savuer Magazine that Cincinnati is and should be recognized as the next big food city in the U.S.
Now that the 2015 All Star Game has come and gone, what were the main impressions Cincinnati left on the MLB players and officials, the visitors and the media? Here's a roundup of day-after assessments.
Leading off the All Star Game's national media coverage of Cincinnati attractions and quirks is Major League Baseball itself, offering an MLB.com overview of Cincinnati attractions along with Skyline, Graeter's and Montgomery Inn ribs.